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Speed of the Damned Sp: At 9th level, during an infernal surge, a hellfire knight can sacrifice 1d8 hit points to reproduce the effect of a haste spell so long as he maintains the surge. A hellfire knight in an infernal surge is a frightening sight to behold. At the cost of his own hit points, a hellfire knight can magically improve his senses during an infernal surge at 11th level or higher.

Another 2d4 hit points gives him the tremorsense ability, allowing the knight to detect any moving creature on the ground within 60 feet. These abilities only last to the end of his current infernal surge. At 12th level, the hellfire knight gains an even greater mastery over hellfire.

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At 13th level, a hellfire knight gains the ability to use destruction as a spell-like ability once per day, consuming the target in a powerful blast of hellfire, but he must be in an infernal surge to use it and sacrifice 3d4 hit points. The hellfire knight can intensify the flames around his body during an infernal surge to the point where they deal damage to attackers. Any opponent attacking the hellfire knight takes 3d6 points of damage as a blast of hellfire responds in retaliation to their attack.

No character can take this damage more than once per turn, and if the hellfire knight chooses to use this ability he now takes 2d4 damage per turn.

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The Ninth Circle Su: At 18th level, the hellfire knight can temporarily expend all of the energy of his infernal surge into one powerful blast. At the cost of 1d4 hit points per level, the hellfire knight can deal 1d6 points of damage per level maximum 20d6 to every foe in a 50 foot radius centered on him. Use of The Ninth Circle devastates all life within the radius, leaving a blackened crater that smells heavily of brimstone.

If the hellfire knight uses The Ninth Circle, his current infernal surge immediately ends, and he cannot use infernal surge again for 24 hours. He is also treated as exhausted until he rests for 8 full hours. At 20th level, the hellfire knight reaches the pinnacle of his power, having mastered the fiendish energies that flow through his body. His skin turns to an ashen, gray hue, his eyes now burn a brilliant orange, and his type changes to outsider with the native subtype.

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He can now use The Greatest Trick, any of the Brimstone abilities or Megiddo Flame even when not in an infernal surge, but any required hp sacrifice must still be given and the once per day limit for Megiddo Flame still applies. Hellfire knights are scions of a powerful and terrible power. This power is evil to the core, and it twists the souls of many who try and become its master. But if a hellfire knight ever becomes good-aligned, the infernal powers previously at his disposal will be lost to him until he becomes at least neutral.


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He loses his ability to surge and all accompanying abilities, and cannot progress any further in the hellfire knight class until he restores a non-good alignment. An epic level hellfire knight continues to gain daily rounds for his infernal surge, allowing him to use it for longer periods of time. The epic hellfire knight gains a bonus feat selected from the list of epic hellfire knight bonus feats at 21st level and every three levels after.

Breastplate , bed roll. Being conduits of fiendish power, many hellfire knights feel compelled to join devil or demon cults, and many succumb to these temptations, for in these places they, with their strange powers, are welcomed with open arms. Others worship evil deities, who they see as being above the lords of Hell and the Abyss and thus worthy of reverence.

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Neutral deities are only slightly less preferred, and are viewed as uncaring enough to accept the hellfire knights' faults. Those select few that worship good deities do so in solitude, for even while the gods themselves may permit their entreaties for salvation from a doomed existence, the acolytes of such entities are usually not so inviting. Hellfire knights dislike traveling alone; the nature of their abilities makes having an ally for support almost essential. For this reason, hellfire knights always treat clerics, the bringers of divine healing, with the utmost respect that is, at least, so long as the cleric will heal them.

They respect fighters, barbarians, rangers and the like for their simlar roles in frontline combat. They rarely get along with paladins or druids, who see the hellfire knights as a threat to their ideals or a blight on the natural world, respectively. With his ability to instantly increase his Strength and a high supply of hit points, the hellfire knight is a superb front-line fighter so long as he recive healing.

But when his infernal surge runs out, he may find himself in a difficult situation. Many evil hellfire knights become disciples to an archfiend, Mepistopheles in particular. The Disciple of Mepistopheles Book of Vile Darkness 62 , with its hellfire-based powers, is very attractive to most hellfire knights.

Hellfire knights are usually mercenaries, blades-for-hire who try and mask their fiendish powers as long as possible. This works for a time, but upon reaching high levels they begin to exhibit more permanent signs of their power, and their doomed fate.

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Hellfire knights also tend to be fond of strong cologne or perfume; its scent serves to mask the lingering odor of brimstone that constantly follows them. Hellfire knights are powerful, but that's all most people see. Those of fiendish blood are oftened abandoned early, and those who are not have oftened developed their power through gruesome and vile processes.

As a result, most hellfire knights are sociopaths to the extreme. While they are cordial when it suits them, it is usually with a gruff and insolent air to ward off any unnecessary interaction. They are lonely wanderers, fleeing mobs and authorities everywhere and often inadvertently attracting the attention of some dark power who seeks to capitalize on their strength.

The most powerful hellfire knight is commonly known as Azazel, a distant at least one hundred generations descendant of Mephistopeles himself. The Lord of Hellfire has only recently recognized Azazel's existence, but his reputation for being a living, moving apocalypse has followed him for some time.

There is no formal collaborative group of hellfire knights, but they are instinctively aware of each other. Some are members of the same family, who inherit their power through fiendish blood; other participated in a deal with the same devil, selling their souls to the Lower Planes. For whatever reason, there is a connection between them that they can sense; a hellfire knight can see another hellfire knight's Evil Brand as if they were an evil creature.

Fear, whether deserved or not, is the most common response to the presence of a hellfire knight. To the uneducated observer, a hellfire knight during an infernal surge looks a great deal like a fiend, and so hellfire knights often refrain from using their powers in populated areas so as to not attract attention. Characters with ranks in Knowledge the planes can research hellfire knights to learn more about them. When a character makes a skill check, read or paraphrase the following, including information from lower DCs.

A hellfire knight can fill a variety of roles. As a power-hungry villain, a hellfire knight could seek to sow destruction in a world that he believes he has surpassed by accepting the power of the fiends. On the other hand, a more good-bent hellfire knight can be an anti-hero style avenger who uses his powers to root out evil in order to make the best of his "curse".

Since most campaigns have some equivalent to the Lower Planes, adaptation of the hellfire knight is simple. Hellfire knights can be decsendants of a powerful fiend, or those who sold their souls for infernal power.

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The team first appeared in Dark Reign: Young Avengers is a limited series written by Paul Cornell , [1] [2] with artist Mark Brooks , [3] which introduces a new group of powered teens calling themselves the Young Masters, but controlled by Norman Osborn. The Young Avengers confront them, agreeing to field test the new teens for membership into their group. The final decision by the Young Avengers to only allow a select few into their ranks results in a battle where Osborn's team of Dark Avengers are ultimately involved.

The Young Avengers manage to defeat both Osborn's team and their teenage counterparts, causing Osborn to withdraw and the others to stand down. Escaping, the new team dub themselves the Young Masters a play on the name of an older villain team, the Masters of Evil. Originally assembled by Coat of Arms as an examination of superheroism art project during the Dark Reign storyline, the group was largely motivated by Melter II's desire to be real heroes, but hindered significantly by unclear and conflicting ideals including Executioner II's Punisher -style ruthlessness, Big Zero's racism and violent tendencies, Egghead II's psychopathy and hedonism, and Coat of Arm's distorted view of ethics.

The team began calling themselves the " Young Avengers ," but were only active as superheros a short time before being confronted by the real Young Avengers. Executioner contacted Norman Osborn to gain his support and the backing of the Dark Avengers. After the Dark Avengers were repelled, the Young Masters left. They ended up compromised when Enchantress became weak and ill in the wake of Loki's death. The Young Masters returned with Executioner and Egghead joined by new recruits Mako, Radioactive Kid, and a female Black Knight in a plot to target older villains for assassination.

It was later revealed that they had a mysterious benefactor in the villain called Zodiac.